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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                r THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF ALL THE OTHER DAILIES 7 CITY COMBINED XXX1XKO 239 TUESDAY MOKNXNTGK SEPTEMBER JU 1890 PRICE FIVE CEDSTTS A HOODWINKED GOVERNMENT Sir William Armstrongs Company Commits a Grave Offense THE GERMAN PUBLICS LONG FELT WANT The Apothecaries Unable to Keep Up With tho School Morals in a Dreadful Boulangist Tu mult In the For News Treaty Tfebcfjan to read the various rnodi neuUons which tho Government had adopted In order to assuage the public hostility to the Treaty but before iie had gone far ho was Biloncful by the Progressist minority i Atuld turnuIt Major Selpa Pinto arose and fihouted to tho Progressists Hold your I tongues Upon this a Progressist named Urarido assaulted Selpa and a lively pugilistic encounter ensued The president wos unable to restore order and suspended theslttlng When tho Cortes reassembled RIboIro Introduced tho English convention with certain modifications It WUH referred to a committee whereupon tiio Progressists movufl that Lieutenant Oontlnho who solxed the British steamer at Chlrmb deserved tho confidence of the country sitting waa concluded in an orderly manner Sept Dispatch San Francisco Clironicle Series Arthur Ford who Is orio of the Inspectors of explosives of tho Homo Office and was ap pointed by the Government to Inquire Into tlio explosion which occurred In October of lust year on tho promises of Sir William Armstrong Inventor of tho gun which his nanio has just made his re port The works of Sir W G Armstrong Company arc situated In Elswlck on tho Tyno on tho outskirts of Now OJistlo and tho accident resulted In tlio loss tit life of several men employed by the firm as well as serious injuries to others The report of brings a grave against tho company which having encountered several delays In ob taining a UOOHHO for making quick firing powder hoodwinked tho Govornmont by saying that It no longer enquired that li conso whllo all the time it was willfully and surreptitiously ovadlng tho law and worse fitill wont on secretly making powder for foreign governments which would novcr havo boon pormlttod by tho authorities Tho report goes on to say that it would bo dlfllcult to moot with a rnoro deliberate flagrant case of contraband manufacture and tho Armstrong Company ought to bo hold responsible criminally for the acci dent Ifc concluded by recommending prose cution of tho company Tho Belgian Suffrage Congress BRUSSELS Sopt workmens suf frage congress opened yesterday Five hundred delegates representing four hun dred societies wore present Tho congress roMolvcrt to hold a monster demonstration among tho chief towns of Belgium on tho Sunday preceding tho meeting of rnont In favor of universal suffrage An animated ciiccussion on tho subject of a gourral strike resulted In tho unanimous adoption of K resolution declaring in favor of the principle of a general strike Vmfctho congress decided not to fix the date at That Slave Trailic Decree BERLIN Sent announcement Mi at tho Gorman authorities at Bagamoyo THE UTAH BILIS 68 DYER Congress Is Tired and Wait Until fat Winter THE BROOKEKAUTZ COMPROMISE Raum Tells All About the Refriger ator Figures ioi Utah Mornion Home stead Bill Is Notes SALTLAKE TRrnuwn BUREAU Fourteenth Street WAsmstaaON D Sept 15 ISOO There is now the slightest possibility only that the bills affecting Utah which are pending can secure consideration at the present session The Oullom disranchlsin bill nob on the Senate order and will of course not betaken up The Struble bill havo Issued ft proclamation authorizing lies quietly in the Uouso Committee on Ju In slaves is here to be a BERLIN GOSSIP The Scarcity of morality In the Schools Sopt San Francisco Chronivic move ment Js ot foot to place to apothecary ness in Germany on an Improved and rnoro Dsotlorn basis In this country tho apothe caries aro still very scarce as in conformity with tho old regulations tho number of persons allowed to adopt this profession cannot be Increased without special author ization from tho govern men t which is rarely granted During tho last ton years jfcho number of apothecaries throughout tho fcmplro has only increased by 0 per cent though 500 certificates entitling holders to fllsponso drugs havo boon Issued a year This flfcato Of things has loci to constant jnimiiurlng and Is a positive sourco at dan ger to tho public Think of It duo apothe cary In existence to ovory ton thousand Ih Tho necessity for a change Is moreover emphasized by tho fact that now constantly assorting them selves forwhich tho doctors prosciUm now remedies whoroby tlio work of is jnormonsly Increased N THE Tho discovery of the spread of immorality among tho school children in Munich has Joel toth00stabllshmont of several classes In tho public sohoolo In wbloh glrh who iiuvo booomo or aro about to become aro to finish tholr terms of com pulsory education so that by socluslon they may bo prevented from endangering tho morals of tholr school follows Sad to re late It lias now boon found necessary to adopt tho sarmt system ol separate classes In the public schools of Horlln THESTItlKES Tho organ of tho Gorman architects demonstrated by facts and figures that tho workmen engaged In tlio building trade havo lost ovory strike thoy have entered upon yoar and that tUolr wagos arc now lowor than those paid them at tho bo ginning of tho suusou Moreover it is shown that capital for building purposes costs more now than ovor owing to tho dis trust of tho lenders In tho stability of tho present relation botwoon tho employers and tho employed 12von irst mortgages can not bo plaood at fcliolr fullvalue a calamity which has been unknown In Berlin for ton yours TUB CHIMES OF A SU1NINO klOUT A roinarkablo trial Is to oonmionoo In Graty on Wednesday next when a man named Franz Uubul will bo charged withan extraordinary series of crimes Including murder for robbery Inuost throo assaults on women and various minor cases of thoft and foigory Sixtyseven witnesseshave boon subpconred by the public 1 prosecutor to give ovldeooo in tho case This man has horotoforo boon considered a shining light of tho church J flUSTlTBSS TO UK TAXED Tho Berlin Bourse has boon much excited for a week by nows that that tho Finance Minister llorr Mlguol intends proposing a now tax on business transactions Iu the ap jirouchlnff session Of tho Tho proposition will dlvltlo business utValca into four categories tho first of which com prises baivks broworlos and joint stock companies which will have to pay from five to tun times tho prosont rates or about murks to pvory million marks of tholr income LONDON Sopt Timcn says Un less Germany promptly disavows tho Baga rnoyo decree the friendly arrangement con templated In tho AngloGerman agreement will bo altogether out of tho question The SWIKS Conservatives BKHNJI Kuerlzle com mander oC tho Canton of Tyrone has threatened to resign If Rundesrath in sist upon tho reinstatement oC tho Con servatives It scorns tho consensus oC opin ion that It will ho Impossible to restore tho Oonsorvativo Govornmont without leading to civil war The Elections Rio JANEIRO Sept for mom bars of the Coristltulont Assembly to which tho now Constitution will bo sub mitted havo commenced Tho publlo is apathetic The Catholics are active Tho old parties generally abstain from voting There was some disorder at Pornarribuco A Naphtha Coiillagration LONDON Sopt careless employee sot Iro to naphtha stores In Tanlngdon sta tion on tho Metropolitan Railway yostor clay anfi started a disastrous conflagration which did much damage and seriously im peded trafllo for hours Another Great Strike Threatened SYDNUY Sopt Labor Conference considering tlio strike of clock men and others has Instructed tho various comnilt order tlio members of all labor unions prepare for a general strike It Js probable that all the aflectcd trades will bo flailed out The Southampton Ijookout SOUTHAMPTON Sept lockout by tho dock company against tho laborers be gan thismorning Work on the docks was ontlroly A iGorimm Musician Dead Sopt oC thc tiiloslan music festivals is dead A Dond IAiiiS Sept Tollorln a member Of tlio of Toputies Is dead GHESSON SPRINGS GOSSIP AS TO THIS AND IIAKBOR IllVEJR JScllovo That It Will Ho Tho 1rosiilont May Cull tin Extra Ses sion Of THE REPHTBlilCS MoreRevelations Concoinlngr Bon1 tho Kcfyalists PAUIS Sopt continues topubf lish Boulunger revelations Tho latest arty to tho offoot that Boulanger was bound Iri honor to overthrow tho republic but thai tho parties disagreed as to who should bo placed in power Billon told tho fund that ho would bo tho first to shoot Boulangor If ho broke his word A Comto do Paris organ admits that tho subsidized tho Boulangist Bou langefs organ referring to tho assertion of tbo Duchess thai sho had a letter compromising Boulangor ami RoyaHsm hints that Boulangor has letters proving Duchess throw away hoi mouoy because sho loved him Iu an interview Boulangor denies that ho to upr sot tho republic declares that ho novor bunded tho nioney which was Billons suys that ho has boon deceived and matiVuse of by everybody 4 Cardinal Rampplla Papal Secretary State has Papal Nuncio here to assure thoFrench never the Vatican and Bpulangor or his Sprirxas Sept The President sont tho following nominations to Washington David W Matthews Oregon agimt for tho Indians ot Klamath Agency vlco KUsha T Applogato toniovod A L Ilussoy Oregon agent of tlio Grande Rondo Agency vico Thomas Paiconor reslgucld luis boLMi arranged to lay the Ilivor and Harbor Appropriation bill liofiro tho Presi lont Immediately on bolug signed by tho Speaker if is not likoly that the public will bo kept in iguorunco for many more days Inregard to that measure Specula tion us about evouly divided as to Its pros thoso who aro sure of a veto being about as numerous as those who aro confi dent of Tho Piusidout said this morning if tho woathor continues favorable and the public does not prevent ho will remain at Oregon until tho oiul of next wook Thero is ovory reason to boliovo the Prosi clont Ls seriously consictortng tho advisa bilityof onlllng an extra session of Oon grcsa It Is known that several prominent Republicans JIAVO advised a course with a vlowio considering tho Federal Elec tion bill Persons who have talked with ttto President say that ho will certainly reconveno Congress if coctaln ponding moas lUus In wliioh ho takos groat interest aro not disposed of at this session Those In cluclp Uus bill tho Supreme Court bill and lund bills now in tho Sonate postal shipping bill now awaiting notion In tho House the President is knowu to bo especially Intorostucl in tho passage of tho election bijl und would probably justified in calling an extra sesslCU for consideration of It and suoh other Important measures now pend ing as may not he disposed of at this ses sion j UTAH IiAJDlflS APPOINT JED dlciafy and the public build bill is sleep ing peacefully on the House calendar with hundreds of measures lying above its pros trate form It cannot come up at this ses siouj except by a miracle Tills isnot to say that any or all of the bills will not bo passed before tho Fifty first Congress adjourns Every one is thor oughly tired outand us soon as tho bill is disposed of the pressure for adjourn ment will be Although tho next session will1bo short the rules of tho House will oxpeclito matters more than any preceding short and tho chances for legislation outside of appropriation bills will bo bettor than usual With tho settlement of tho BrookeKan tz controversy which was on the linos first in dicated in those dispatches General Brooke withdraws his charges against General Kautx who withdraws bis charges against General Brooke Qouoral Is relic vod from arrest and General Brooke is to re main In command of the Department of the piatto THIS SENAXK AMENDMENTS iiKISUED WASUTNGTON remainder of tho Sonate amendrnbntsto the Tarill1 bill were put through tlio Ways ancl Moans Oonnnittoc on short order this morning renco bolng recommended in eadi case When the amendmont fixing November 1st as the date upon which goods in bond im ported should be was reached the Democratic members showed a dispo sition to amend the Senateamend meat so as to extend tho timo notwithstanding the apparent unanimity of the committee in the opinion that there an exten sion it was decided that the result desired could be move speedily reached by leaving tho matter to the con forces than by under talcing toadjust it in a committee of tho House So as in casoof tlio other anioiul morits nonconciuionco was hoteflaml tho chairman authorized to report the billto tho Mouse The Oomiiiittoo on Rules following up this action adopted the McKiuley special rule for consideration of the bill and amend in on Is In tho wishos of many Republican members who returned to Wash ington this morning tolognipho calls it was clocklecl that aii elTortbe in ado to take up tlio TarilT bi11 immediately in tlio House TITB Tho amount of silver oilored for sale to tbo today aggiogatctl ounces tho amount ptaciiasod was to A UKPORT PHOMTHK Secretary tho Treasury has received the report of Lioutcnanfc Communder Roiter of tho United States ship which lay in tho harbor of Sari when General BiUTuiHlia board the Aca Tho Secretary of the Treasury said today that notmakc it pub lic until tlie of State disposed of it and had given consent to make it public SOUTH AFRICAN PROGRESS A Kailroad That Open Up a Ricii Mining Country NEW Sept Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle the passengers who arrived on tho City of Rome yesterday was Mr L Wolmer prcsi dene of the Town Chamber of Coqi merce and one of the members of the Capo Colonial In speaking of his presentvisit to America Welmer did riot disguise the fact that one feature of it was to rmike some investigation on behalf of his government relative to our railroad systems and their equipments He said us the questions of railroads is of a political nature The roads are bujlt and operated by the Government who control every feature of their management The last ministry was defeated on the railroad question alone It favored an enormous ex tension of the system while the opposition were iu favor of developments1 of a conserv ative nature We have now in operation In tho Capo 1600 miles Of railroad and are at work con structing a yooiiiile extension northward from Ivimberly in the direction of the Zam besi river to which point we hope the road will eventually extend A portion of tho road is of course to pass through a country over which we havo no jurisdiction but in which certain individuals having a royal charter have obtained valuable concessions from Llio native kings Tho absorption of tho territory willeventually follow country that we contemplate opening con tains the richest deposits of gold in the world The company that lias obtained tho concession is tho British South African Company of which the Duke of son inlaw of the Prince ol Wales is a director The ho said Js a hive of prosperity Last year ofgold albus its ex ports amounted to Three years igo the City of Toliamiisburg did not exist Today it has a population of inhabi fcants Thr Highand Mighty Budge Ar rested for Conspiracy THE IDAHO BRETHREN IN AN UPROAR HE WiLL SWEEP THE NORTH IDAHO CANDIDATE WHO IS A OF STRENGTH How the Good Bishop Put Up a Job to Defeat the Indian Murderers Killed Southerners Shoot on Criminal Rec ord Tho Minors Will Vote for their Friends and Democracy The NoEninato A TUMTTliT IN THE for the Worlds Fair Se This Territory Sept to 0 J Salisbury of SiUt Lako and Mrs Thomas Whelan of Qgden wcrd appointed lady nmungors of tho Worlds Columbian Exposition and MlssMiiggie Keogh of Salt Lako and B Emory of Park altornutes for IJtnh v i Tho National Worlds Fair Commmisston its second session hero today To will bo devoted chiefly diitics of the yarious otticers and Qonight tho City passod aLmost the amontlecl oidlnanoo dcslvod by the Wovlds tho use of asXwuoh or tront is may bo required fartho purposes of N Board of Engineors appointed to against tho use of the har boivuXIUportkm of tho Exposition a bearingtoday one protest being filed by In tho llaum iuvostlgatlon today Cooper askod the Commissioner whether Micro WHS a suboompanyof tho Universal Refrigerator Company iu this District Tlio Commis sioner said that stock had been taken1 look ing to tho formation of company The stock liad been subscribed Bradley Tanner who sat afc his desk was Secretary of tlio company Tauuor subscribed for one share of the stock so as to bo able to act incorpor ator but no moneyhad been pajd in That organixatlouwas in fiict iir enibryp as yet Tanner was absolutely the only Pension Of iloo employee interested in the com patiy Tho present compauy witness owned ninetenths of tihp district rights Thoy wore to receivti cliiso on of stock but the arrange ment was The resolution stopped negotiatiphs Witness hid with drawn from tho stopped selling State rights until ho could see thfS erection of a practical working plant and show tlie value of the patent Tanner was not ex pected to pay for his share and thosame was true of other gentlemen whoorganized the subcompany A few shmes of stock had boon given thoni their names as was customary in the organization of sucli companies Lewis hrtroduoed a resolution setting forth Bradley with the matter stating thatit was compelout fur the committee1 to testimony as will tend to prove of en terprise and tlie By a party vote the1 resolution was BOISI5 CITY Idaho Sopt to N 13 Willey candidate or LieutenantGovernor and Willis Sweet or Con gross are in city Willey is well inown inXdaho as i solid miner houest ellable cultured and the soul of good na uro one of Idahos representative 0 man in North Idaho is popular nan Willey He will carry 1 North Idahoby good majorities Advices oceivod from Idaho a net Nez that these conn ties both naturally will give almost unanimous their vote Theyfeel honored in his candidacy and the vie with Kepnblicans in doing him honor Interviewed Overland Willey speaking of the political situation There Is no the North will return a largo Republican majority on the first clay of next Idahocounty has always a stronghold but wo will reduce the majority this year to very slender pro portions are perfectly alive to tho political situation and when it comes to the question of silver and lead they feelIt and will votefor the party who boivo promoted their interests The vote of Idaho county will bo unusually large In Nex Peice county the vote Isabout tho thcT people thero know there is but the one that secured Statohoocl for Idaho and that has protected the interests of the far mers and miners over since it was A neighbor of mine who has a silver reduc tion plant told mo tho other day that he sold a few months ago a quantity of silver and now he could sell tho same amount than he received then Noone need toll rne that the miner the party would have reduced themto the same level asi dirty Mexican r Mr Willey is president ofthe coramlssipn apppinted to locate a road from Mount Idaho to Salmon Meadows in Washington county arid expects to return Weisor and the and Inspect the worknow in progress Tho of contractsis now and work on the road will bo pushedto speedy completion The commission hope to complete the road fromMount Idaho to Florence thirtysix miles this fall if the weather continues open for months longer c when completed will be of to that section ofcountry just returned fromacam paign tiaat all the Republicans were in all ff harmoniously BOISE CITY Sept to comes to this city that Bishop Budgo of tho Mormon Church was arrested by Deputy United States Marshal on a charge of conspiracy The offense was committed two years ago in con nection with tho Mormon resistoring and voting racket The facts in the case are re to bo as follows Two years ago despite the strict registra tion law and tlie Idaho quite a number of Mormons in Boar and Bins ham counties registered and voted In this way they elected several known Mormons to the Legislature who when the facts became known the Legislature promptly fired These Mormons were afterward indicted for perjury and illegal voting Budge with others is reported to bo at bottom of the illegal voting scheme coun seling the Mornrons to vote A shrewd scheme said to have originated with Budge to defeat the election laws was to havo tho Mormons ostensibly withdraw from tho Mornipn Church for voting purposes regis ter and vote swearing that they were not members of any organization which coun seled taught and believed in bigamy po lygamy celestial marriages etc TJnder this dodge it was hoped to poll enough Mormon votes to elect Hawley to Many did so withdraw registcr and vote but their little gamo was easiiy seen through and the parties so voting were arrested The grand jury found an indictment for conspiracy on the basis of allegeql acts and he was arrested at Paris and held to answer in bail It is the settled determination of the United States oflicials thoroughly backed by pub lic sentiment in Idaho to enforce the elec tion laws atall haztirds Leading Mormons are highlyindlgnant at the arrest of Budge and threaten all man ner ofthings States Marshal Wil xson left the city tonight for Bear Lake county accompanied by United States At torney Fremont Wood As the time of election approaches some of our best citizens fear open violence in somo of the strong Mormon comities but it is hoped better counsel will prevail The through tbelr organs are saying saucy things They foel enraged at the loss of political influence The rank and file are grossly ignorant and completely under the control of the They believe manmade governments obe dience to God and are taught hostility to the laws and Government of the United because of the murder of the Prophet Smith A word from the church authorities among these Ignorant fanatics like a spark1 of fire in powder and sot afoot much trouble Governor Shoup is filra and says the laws must be obeyed aball hazards ternoon but parted with tlie understanding that arm himself and shoot on sight Yesterday afternoon they came to gether and each emptied his revolver Duskin fell mortally wounded with four balls in his body A shot from his pistol after he had fallen to his knees struck Turpini in tho forehead killing him in stantly Potter and Lowell Arrested BOSTOX Sept Waltor Potter and W D Lovcll of Potter Lovoll were ar rested on a charge of embezzlement and larceny The complaint charges that Rlch ardson of Philadelphia president of the Edge Uill tho bonds larceny of worth of the Edge Hill Company Those bonds were deposited with Lovell and it is alleged that they converted them to their own use The prisoners were held in ball Both furnished bonds iBE TARIFF DISCUSSION A Brute Himself NEW YORK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series Raedol a German 10 years old suicide at Harlem police station last night by hanging himself with his drawers He was arrested for outraging n small girl who attended a public school near whore ho worked in a watch factory Seventeen of these children were found who admitted that they had visited his room The House SonConcurs in All the Senate Amendments AN ILLINOIS KICK Vawx Says the Republicans Are Friendly to All Trusts Except One Resolution Deprecating Ken nedys Attack on the Somite Kale Plead Guilty MONTREAL Sept celebrated case of C C Hale of Cloveland for shooting and wounding his E 11 Cowles in this city last Tune was called this morning Halo pleaded guilty to ag gravated assault and was lined which ho paid and the case was ended Where the Babies Went Yoiuc Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle dead infanta were found at tho bot tom of a pond on Lung Island near which an old woman named has had a baby farm for several years It is expected when the pond is thoroughly pumped out today that many more will be discovered A SHIPS DISTRESS A ThreeMaster Loses All but Four of Her Crew NEW YORK Sept captain of the steamer NormandJe reports that yester day afternoon he sighted the American ship Challenger flying signals of distress He sent a boat to her through a howliug storm Captain Thompson of tho Chal lenger reported that during a terrific hurri cane September 1st twelve of his crew were washed overboard A majority of tho re mainder were too iil to work In addition to the twelve men lulled four had arms and legs broken leaving but four men to work the ship The Challenger was terri bly crippled The captain asked no assist ance but sent a Ittter by the Normandie to tho ships owners The Challenger is a firstclass Ameri can threemaster 1COO tons burden owned by Arthur Sewall Co of Bath Maine She had taken a cargo of general merchan dise from Portland Oregon to Liverpool England and was on her way home in bal last to receive a cargo here for Portland Oregon The Challenger carried twenty two men crew officers and cook A tug will go out to look for her today She was sighted about two hundred and fifty miles out at sea and will be brought to this port Odd Fellows in Session TOPEKA Sept Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows convened heretoday and will continue In session during tho week The forenoon session was devoted to ad dresses of welcome and responses A COWBOY ROMANCE THE IOWA VENDETTA An Attempt to Assassinate an Ob noxious Detective populations tlie following cities and towns of Utah today Lagan an inoroaso of Ogden an increase Provu filSa an Incionse of 1721 of Utah aMieii increase during the decade of or BlTjUS The Senate Committee ou Public Lands today recoritnientlecl vthat the measures be indefinitely postponed The bill to 1 link of eutryi under pre emption timber of publicjauds ing a limitation toall TcnUqiius vto pre l on the u Treaty Creates a LISBON Sopt openlngHdf tJio Cortes today caused bclociy seven ilto so yentcen eiioploy of company oh uccount of vent Mormons liomcsteads and tho bill tosec aside certain townships public TIi o Milwaukee OAICAQO Sept roll up handsomeRepublican majorities In October Mr Sweet left Wood1 Riyeri whore he speaks on tbe issues of the day The Wendell Phillips grand receptions everywhere He will sweep the Willey that three out of five on the legislative ticlceb in Nez Peroe and Idaho counties would bo and said Parker a redhot Democratic tho Grangeville told him nburnf ully that the Democrats of more thauthree members of thedLegislature ThbyDerao eratsare much The Montana i HELENA Sept Tho Democratic State Convention nominated JHxon for Congress and adopted a platform11 devoted in to a condemnatibnof the last year It advocates the free coinage of silver a Indian prevention ofthc acquirement of lands ley Election and Groyer Oievelandand Governor Toble Sept Francisco Chronicle Nearly a successful attempt was made hero early this morning to assassinate Detective Burkes who figured so prominently in itainsbarger and Henry Johns murder cases Burkes has been stopping at the Wilson House for some time Last evening the night clerk got him totakeliis place in tho oflice while he wont out of town tbspeud thenight Shortly before 5 oclock this morning Burkes was passing through the office when he heard a pistol shot from and atthe same instant a 38 caliber bullet crashed through the side win dow and missed Burkes by about two inches The detective ran out in time to dimly see his wouldbe assassin skulkingdown the alley He followed and fired four shots after the miscreant but none took effect andthe latter escaped Burkes arrested Marx and Rice iiiCali fornia last spring and brought them back A WEST BKOXCHO MARRIES AN MNGLISH J The Son of a Cattle King Who Rode Like an Apache and Won Sir XJxomas Dodds Daughter here for trial for the murder of Henry Johns a brotherinlaw of Eaiusbarger The have since1 made repeated threats againstthe detectives life andthis attempt is presumably another outbreak of the old deadly Rainsbarger vendetta and it is ovfi dentthat not yet of the feudal warfare is A DOUBLE TRAGEDY r Eagle candid r is iibiiean lor or Governor Eepiibiiean State was 191 of A Contractor Kills the Murderer oi His Wife CLINTON Iowa Sept tragedy took placetoday at Grand Mount donofthe well known mm of Langdon railroad cpntractprs haS a contract for double ti ick of the Chicago Norihwestern betwceu Clinton and Cedar Rapids He had his headquarters at Grand Mount and with his wife boarded with lAiefamily of a man named J w Good man callmghamself J W Deaven arrived at Mount meeting Lang dou went with the littei to the boarding convorsed with Mrs Laag quanel arose and DeaVeu drew a reypiveivand shot Mrs L ingdon killing her Langdon diew a revolver and shot tie murderer deadioa thespoc TWO DEAD INDIANS GHICAGO the charter Chinese Waruedi way tpjljbe iParHawcnti Etif Elver Murderers Sbofc While Charijingrbn the Agency WAiSHXNCTO Sept response to a the in connection with tbe killing of a whitf man recently on the reservation in Montana Cooper Telegraphs that Hugh killed on the reser two Indians on Septembec 6th were today killed by Mn1ted soldiers and Indian police the agency came thus defying arrest NKVT YORK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Campbell of Chicago son of the millionaire cattleman James H Campbell was married last night to Miss Helen Dodd a daughter of Sir Thomas Dodd of West Derby England at Association Hall by Rev Dr Dlxon This was the outcome of a prettylittle ro mance Young Campbell was sent to England three years ago by his father to attend to a lot of Being Liver pool and having nothing to do butwait be went to Mexican Joes Wild West show one night and found some old cowboy friends with whom he had hprded cattle in Texas To amuse himself bo took part in the ex hibitions One night just after hVhad picked a silver dollar from the Mud while riding at full speed the wind blew a delicate lace handkerchief from a beautiful young ladys hand into the He saw it and still under full it up and returned it to the A mutual friend subse quently introduced theia Tlniy fell in love and anengagement was sanctioned by Sir Thomas provided that after lapseof time their love should not cool As Mr Campbells business preventedhis return to England Miss Helen decided to come to him and she arrived hero Saturday on the CItyof Sept H Campbell was Iqund at his 4224 Grand last Mr Campbell said that his son George had been sent into the Indian Territory by him when 35 years old and had there learned to oritdo the cowboys at riding bucking ponies He is as fear less and accomplished a horseman as the Apaches Young Campbell went to London with Colonel Shellys Wild West Show While there hemet Miss Dodd and the young people fell in love The heads of the two families corresponded in relation to the Mr Dodd wanted George to come after his bride afterbotb fathers had agreed he couldriot be spared from so it was finally agreed that she should come to America to wed the man of her choice She arrived Sunday morning and they were married last eveningby the Dixon A Baptist minister of York Trith whom the young havd communicated A residence on Calumet avenue had been fitted up for the ready for occupan6y upon their It is ex pected Chicago very soon The groom Js 24 years old and has an interest in the business of whkih his father head WASHINGTON Sept tho Hoxise McKinloy reported back tho Tariff bill with Senate amendments with recommendation that amendments bo Tioncoiiohvred in Referred to Oommiuoo of tlu Whole McKinloy then offered a resolution from tle Commitiee on Rulesv but boforo it could bo read Enloe rose to a question of privilege and otlored following Resolved That tho dork of tho bo dia rootvcl to communicate to the Senate the fat that tho House and condemns tho utteraucos of Kobort P Kojinedy in ho House 3rd upon character nud integrity of tlio Scnuto as a body Dlnsrley raised tho point of order that this did not present such a question of priv ilege as would take McKinloy from floor At tho suggestion of the Speaker Enloo withdrew tho resolution for the pros cut and McKmley reported a resolution for imincdiato consideration of the Tariff bill In the House After two hours of general debate it shall bo in order to move nonconcurrence in tho Senate amendments in gross and agree to tho committee of conferonco asked for by Senate and tho House shall without further delay or other motion proceed to on said motion Tho previous question on tho resolution was 116 nays 71 Rlount of Georgia protested against the resolution con tend ing that it was a parody on deliber ation McMillan Tennessee opposed tho resolu tion eritisizing the Committee on Kules for reporting It Tho majority In Oaucus de termined not only that the minority should both rot iJed but that tho Plumsd Knight should be throttled Tho resolution was adopted yeas 114 nays 72 L McKinley gavo a brief statement ot tho Senate amendments McRac opposed the bill both in Its original form and as amended on the gencral ground that It discriminated against the farming industries Payson thought in various respects the bill as It passed the Senate was pro fcrablo to the measure as It passed tho House lie spoke in favor of tho Senate amendment placing binding twine on the free list Ho believed in Republican prin ciples but did not believe In that of protection which put upon the dutiable list an article tho jaw material of which was absolutely free of duty arid the manu facture of which was in the hands ofa combination which could bo Indicted under an act passed by the present Congress After protesting against tho placing of works of art upon the free list he touched upon tho sugar question and hoped the House would stand by its schedule Vaux wishedto say to tho farmer and laborertlfatthis tariff billwas a cheat The majority believed in everytrust save in a righteous aiid jnsO God Mctvlnley said the Committee on Kules bad erred in reporting tho resolution It had erred in giving too much time for debate He invited the attention of the tho fact not fifteen minutes of the two hours bad been given to a discussion of Senate amendments to the Tariff bill Tho jsoSTJRR trouble with the members on the other sido was that they did nothing but discuss meas ures and call and while they wore doing this tho majority had gone on and J done more public business than had boott done by any House of since the foundation of tho Government The Senate amendments were noncon curred 120 nays S3 Enloe then called up his resolution gard to Kennedys speech Grosvenor Ohio raised tho point of order that tho was not In Order The to havo called Kennedy to order was when he delivered his spoechi Enloe contended that Kennedy had no more right to make a personal atfick a member ol the Senate thanJhe Ealoc had to state that the Speaker was corrupt or the President a criminal It was duo to the House that no upon tho Senate should be the record Bayne concurred in tlio remarks of Enloe and trusted In tbe interestof what was what was due txi the honor to itself that no tecbjiicallty should be allowed to come In tho way of ing the utterances of the that he made the order because he believed that whateVer action the House took should be in a lar report from committee Bayne offered ah amendment to resolution directing the Public exclude Kennedys speech from the Adams spoke la favor of resolution and pending action tho on adjourned WASHINGTON Sept Senate r day passed a number of bridge Tht bills on the calendar were then taken fup and several passed them the bill to amend the act of June bill requires ill subsidized railroad panjes to to transmit to the Coramissionei of Eailroads duplicates of all bills foresee r vices in transportation of passengers a freight carrying of niails expreso or any service whatever rendered for or on half of tbe United States The VGonitnis to forward these bills to the accounting offices with such tions as he may see fit to make and the aoy counting are to report tbelr actioa thereon to the Commissioner The conference report on the j Laud forfeiture bill was then taken j and Sanders llnished argument 4 remarks by Plumb and Morgan agreed that a vote toaiorrow afp vlr ternoon and thoSpnate adjourned THE D3SATH Ol It the Soathern Bloods and are Dead raw Sopfc street yesterday afternoon between and They quarreledSaturday itf A Boarding Honse Sept out morning in boardinghouse Twenty people were in tbo place and tbe flames w hich were about the btairway cut off tbe only means of escape Many of tbe occupants some of them women scaled down tbe front of tbe building to tbe cor nices Jennie Hawley who was on the Qiird floor swung out on which broke precipitating her to the Aground She was fatally injured A Horrible Spectacle NETV YOHK crowd of peo ple who attended the play1 at tho Park Theater tonight were treated to a horrible spectacle when leaving had gonejup a pole in fxpnt or the theater to fix an electric light alnd in some way deadly current v Fe lay limp the wires while the sickening sizzle ofH tbe electricity Aborning flesh v Ue wasfremoved soon7as andU taken to the hospital where ne Will Probably Terminate Divorce NEW YORK lars were received to death of Robert Ray Schuyler Hamilton ted the probably The death of mmates his sxiit alias Sva Mann marriage is ended hold of tbe who is nOw lorthe would receive tjjjfj OtiDy tOG tonJiad tot i His unless bis tie matter in   

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